New Delhi: Justice Dhingra Commission, which investigated suspect land deals in Gurgaon including some linked to Robert Vadra, businessman and son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, submitted its report to Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Wednesday.

The contents of the report have not been made public yet, but the Congress has accused the Commission of having a political agenda and justice S.N. Dhingra of having “compromised his position".

Dhingra met reporters after submitting the report, but refused to reveal details, saying the report is now in government domain. “The evidence that I found has been included in the report. The content of the reports will be made available to you when the government places it on the table and decides to take action. I cannot speak to you about the contents of the report right now till the government decides to make public its contents," he said in Gurgaon.

In reply to a question on whether any private citizen was named in the report, Dhingra said: “The manner in which the irregularities were committed and the persons who were involved... I have named each and every person who is responsible—whether private or government. The role has also been mentioned. Beyond that, I may not be able to tell you."

A 182-page long report has three parts—findings, annexure and related documents. “If there was no irregularity, I would have submitted an one-line report, which I have not," he added.

The single-member commission was set up to probe transfer or disposal of land, allegations of private enrichment, ineligibility of beneficiaries under the rules, and other connected matters. Land deals linked to Vadra were repeatedly raised by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) during the 2014 general election as well as subsequent assembly elections. The Congress performed poorly in the general election and lost power in many states.

“Media reports show that justice Dhingra has submitted has report today. Once the report is made public, we will give a detailed response. Even before submission of report, portions were leaked to the press and aired in many television channels. This shows the mal-intent and sinister conspiracy of government of Haryana, of the BJP and even the commission itself. This even proves that the sole intent is to defame, conspire and malign rather than examine the facts fairly," the Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala, told reporters on Wednesday.

The report may raise the heat on former chief minister and veteran Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda as well. “We gave no undue favours to anyone. We adopted the same policy across Haryana. I do not want to comment on the findings of the report until it is made public and we go through it in detail," Hooda told reporters on Wednesday.